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Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: a cinematic collaboration and the IIAAF


Once again, the Duluth Superior Film Festival and AICHO will team up for the AICHO & DSFF Indigenous Film Screening Wednesday evening at 6:30pm.  

The Wednesday night event will feature Maamawi,  film by Jonathan ThunderThe Body Remembers When the World Broke Open, and will be hosted by filmmaker Khayman Goodsky.

(You can listen to another story about the film series from Minnesota Native News here:)

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Preparation for the kick off of the 10 weeks of art, action, and conversation by the Strike MoMA coalition

Meanwhile, at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, various protestors, including a coalition like the intriguingly-titled International Imagination of Anti-National Anti-Imperialist Feelings (IIAAF) are behind a 10-week "strike" against MoMA, promising to provide art, action, and conversation as museums and art institutions rebuild after the 77% drop in attendance due to pandemic closures last year.

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